July 22, 2024

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After the Netherlands and Canada, now the US is also concerned about Chinese police stations in their country  Abroad

After the Netherlands and Canada, now the US is also concerned about Chinese police stations in their country Abroad

The United States is very concerned about illegal “police stations” being set up by the Chinese government in American cities. FBI Director Christopher Wray told Congress on Thursday.

Safeguard Defenders, a European human rights organization, published a report in September that there are 54 Chinese ‘service offices’ in major cities around the world, including New York.

According to the report, China’s representative offices are pressuring some Chinese nationals or their relatives abroad to return to China so they can face criminal charges. In addition, the offices are linked to the activities of the United Workers’ Front, an organization of the Chinese Communist Party accused of spreading its influence and propaganda overseas.

“Violation of Sovereignty”

“I’m very concerned about this. We know these offices exist,” Wray said today at a hearing before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, but declined to comment further on the FBI’s investigation into the case.

“I find it outrageous that the Chinese police are trying to set up an office in New York without proper coordination. It violates sovereignty and circumvents standard law enforcement cooperation processes,” Ray said.

At the end of October The presence of Chinese ‘service offices’ in the Netherlands It came to light after an investigation by the Dutch government. However, according to China, these are not police stations but offices where Chinese citizens can renew their documents. In Canada, the government has also launched an investigation Presence of Chinese police stations in the Toronto area.

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Hunting and spying

Ray said the U.S. has filed lawsuits alleging the Chinese government harasses, stalks, spies on and threatens people living in the U.S. who disagree with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping. “This is a serious problem and we are talking to our foreign partners because we are not the only country where this has happened,” the FBI director said.

In October, the United States indicted seven Chinese nationals for spying on and harassing an American citizen and his family in an effort by the Chinese government to extradite one of them to China.

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